Drug Crime Detective Oskari is the envy of his colleagues. His connections to underworld and informants is unrivaled. What they don't know is the mother of his child, Krista, is a drug addict who lives in that world. And now she's back in his life, shaking his home life on one hand, and offering new connections to knocking down the rise of drug imports. If only he could trust her.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Koukussa - Addicted to War - Netflix
Addicted to War: Why The US Can't Kick Militarism, is a 77 letter-sized page “illustrated exposé” by Joel Andreas published by Frank Dorrel with AK Press in 2002 (ISBN 1-904859-02-X). Originally published in 1991, the book was out of print until Dorrel convinced Andreas to create an updated, post-9/11 version. The book tells the history of U.S. foreign wars — from the Indian Wars to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan — in a comic book format. Including 161 reference notes, the book aims to demonstrate why the U.S. has been involved in more wars in recent years than any other country, and to explain who benefits from these military adventures, who pays and who dies.
Koukussa - Endorsements - Netflix
On the book front matter is printed a list of personalities who have praised it (those with an asterisk() next to their name have served in the U.S. military): Noam Chomsky, professor emeritus of Linguistics, and author Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States Fernando Suarez del Solar, whose son, Jesús, died fighting in Iraq, March 2003 Ron Kovic, Vietnam veteran, author of Born on the Fourth of July Martin Sheen, actor, activist Susan Sarandon, actress, activist Ramsey Clark, former Attorney General of the United States, author of The Fire This Time: U.S War Crimes in the Gulf War Rich Gibson, Marxist educator and co-founder of the Rouge Forum Helen Caldicott, Pediatrician and author of Missile Envy Woody Harrelson, actor, activist S. Brian Willson, Vietnam Veterans for Peace Kathy Kelly, Founder of Voices in the Wilderness Jeanmarie Simpson, Founder of the Nevada Shakespeare Company Father Roy Bourgeois, Founder of School of the Americas Watch Rev. James Lawson, Colleague of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1957–1968 Michael Parenti, historian and author of Democracy for the Few Medea Benjamin and Kevin Danaher Co-founders of Global Exchange Patch Adams, M.D., Founder of Gesundheit! Institute, Vietnam war-era conscientious objector Wilson (Woody) Powell, Executive Director of Veterans for Peace William Blum, author of Killing Hope and Rogue State Blasé Bonpane, Ph.D., Director, Office of the Americas Edward Asner, actor, activist Michael Franti, musician, Spearhead Michael Ruppert, former LAPD narcotics officer Kris Kristofferson, singer/songwriter The late U.S. Army Col. James B. Burkholder* Russell Means, American Indian patriot